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04/30/2009 - Terabyte Tidbits

Discovery Series Presents Global Health at the Human-Animal Interface
Friday, May 15, 2009 7:30 - 9:00 am. Infectious disease prevention -- Global Health at the Human-Animal Interface by Dr. Guy Palmer, Regents Professor and Director of the School for Global Animal Health, Washington State University. The cost is $30.00, and you may pay at the door. The presentation begins at 8:00 am and opens with a buffet breakfast at 7:30 am at the Spokane Athletic Club at 1002 W Riverside. The intimate setting encourages discussion with a Q&A session following the speaker's presentation. Each session adjourns promptly at 9:00 am. To RSVP please send email to kim@technology-alliance.com, or call 208-651-6271.

SLUG (Spokane Linux Users Group)
Wednesday, May 20, at 7:00 pm. Meetings are held the third Wednesday of each month, at 7:00 PM. They generally run 1½ to 2 hours long. “All are welcome to join us for festive Linux discussion.” Find SLUG this month at Davids Pizza 829 E. Boone Ave., the corner of Hamilton & Boone. For more information, visit spokanelinux.org

INMUG – Inland Northwest Multimedia Users Group
Thursday, May 20, 6:30 to 7:30 pm. Check www.inmug.org/index_trad.cfm for more information. In the University District, Sirti Board Room (Room 432 on the 4th Floor), 665 North Riverpoint Blvd. Free.

SiteCrafting Selects Spokane Region for Expansion
Web Development Company to Open Second Office in Washington State
Greater Spokane Incorporated announced that SiteCrafting, a Tacoma, Washington, company, has selected the Spokane Region for corporate expansion. The company plans to open its new office in July with a team of five, and projects to have as many as ten employees by the end of the first year. SiteCrafting will relocate two employees from its Tacoma division to launch the new operation, including General Manager Mike Ash, originally from Tri-Cities.

An award-winning Web site design and application development company, SiteCrafting was founded in 1998 by President and CEO Brian Forth, a Gonzaga University graduate. Known as one of the largest web applications company in the South Puget Sound area, the company currently employs 22 people at their Tacoma location.

Northwest Regional Telehealth Resource Center (NRTRC) Newsletter
This quarterly publication features updates on regional and national telehealth activities, telehealth tools, tips, member spotlights, and upcoming events. The NRTRC is a resource for organizations engaged or interested in telehealth related services.

This regional partnership leverages the collective expertise of 33 telehealth networks in Alaska, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, and US-Affiliated Pacific Islands to share information and resources and develop new telehealth programs and applications.

By providing technical assistance to health care organizations, creating regional partnerships to improve access to care, and addressing regional regulatory, policy, and reimbursement issues, the NRTRC addresses the challenges of implementing and sustaining telehealth programs. Questions about this newsletter or to subscribe, please send your request to: coxsl1@inhs.org.

Tincan Provides Summer Teacher Workshops
Teachers from all over the state of Washington will once again be in Spokane polishing their science and technology skills in Tincan's challenging summer workshop program. Tincan has added new workshops this year; Advanced Game Development, and 3D Gaming. These two workshops will build upon the skills and knowledge of previous Game Development for Educators workshops and are only open to educators who have previously taken Tincan's game development workshops. Due to the success of implementation in the classroom, Eco-Mapping: Beyond the Mercator Map is being offered again this year. Teachers learn to use Google Earth and Google maps as a classroom tool. This workshop is open to middle/high school science and technology educators. For workshop descriptions and registration, rssit.tincan.org.

Tincan Summer Camp Schedule
Tincan is offering Advanced Game Development and 3D Gaming for teens who want to get deeper into the game development process. These two advanced classes are only open to teens who have taken a summer camp or a school year gaming club. Tincan is still offering Game Development Bootcamp at the beginning of the summer so that teens can get the basic skills needed to participate in the advanced camps. Tincan is also holding a Summer Video Journalism Institute for two weeks where participants will create a short documentary on a social conscious issue. And there is still more... two camps that are only open to girls: CSI/Game Development and InvenTech. All camps only require a $20 registration fee; camp costs are subsidized by Tincan's donors and grantors. For camp descriptions and registration www.tincan.org.

AGORA Awards
Celebrate business excellence in the Inland Northwest at the 24th Annual AGORA Awards! Make your reservations now for this important business event, Tuesday, June 2, 7:00-9:30am, at The Davenport Hotel. Contact Greater Spokane Incorporated at 509-624-1393 or go to www.greaterspokane.org.

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